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THE BAKFJ: DAILY TIMES, APRIL 15, 1901.
aturday Special, April 1 6 Ladies' Waists at 79c. We have too many Waists at $1.00 and to close the lot and make room for our Muslin Waists, which we expect to arrive in a few days, we maks the above low price. Fifty Ladies' Shirt Waists, made of fancy woven white ground with black, blue and red figures, double breasted shield front, trimmed with large pearl buttons, graduated plait in back and stock collar with pointed tab, a splendid value at $.co. Your choice on Saturday for only 79c each. Bear in mind these Waists are strictly up to-date and were bought especially for the Spring and Summer trade. You will make no mistake in buying this bargain. PERRY & CAMP, 71 and 75 Main Street, - - - - Barre, Vermont Velour Covered Footrests, Like Cut, V if Only 39c fc.ach. These Footrests have bronzed metal legs and are perfect beauties. The price has been everywhere 75c. We have only one hundred of them, so get one while they last. A Carload of Wall Paper has just arrived and is ready for your inspection. This let was bouget at a price that allows us to sell the Paper and Border ail at the same price. This is a departure that you will certainly appreciate, as we can save you almost one half on the price you pay elsewhere. Remember the place, Emergency Furniture Store, Opposite Bales' Granite Block. B, V. Hooker & Co. Ambulance Calls and Undertaking Work Promptly Attended to. TALK OF THE TOWN. Smart Clothes FOR Smart Dressers Ccme, now! Which would you rather do go to a tailor and pay $30.00 for a Suit no better in style, fit cr making, or would you rather pay us $15.00 or $18.00 for a Suit and put the difference in your pocket and escape the bother, delays and dis appointments of order-made Clothes? Of course I That is what any sensi ble man would do. Smart Single and Double-breasted Sack Suits, excellent for wear, fash ioned to fit ; concave shoulders ; hand tailored from beginning to end. If you will call here and look, we'll sell a Suit. Id. V " 1 t ! U i f e) makers! FRANK McWHORTER, Onp Prirr Clothier. " Matter and Men's Outfitter. I Special Saturday Sale April 1 6th, 1904. N0 !j0 Ladies' and Misses' Belts, assorted sizes and styles, regular 25c and 50c goods. Your choice Satur day at 15c each or two for 25c. Sj0 2144 Silk Bow Ties, suitable for gentleman or Aico n, WUcV Satin leek lies. iever soia oerore lady. Your choice Saturday at 15c each for less than 2CC each. or two for '25c. These Are All New, Fresh Goods and Arc Well Worth Investigating. BOSTON BARGAIN STORE, .'185-187 North Main St. Tel. 1.8-3 C N. EENYON & CO. Champagnes at Abbott's. Mrs. F. O. Ualph went to .rot..rt this morning. Babies' muslin bonnets at Veale & Kuigtu's. j II. J. Thwing returned this morning from Itoxbury. 7'Jo for $100 and wrappers at Vaughao's Saturday. ; Saturday candy lor 20c per box at the lied Cross l'barruaey. Mrs. C. I). Edperton of Xor'.fcrield was iu tbe city yesterday. The "korrect" style in covert jackets ami rain coats at Hits'. Have von seen thoef." 50 oak chiffoniers at li. v". lin ker & Co s.' lie (sure and read the advertisement ol Moore & Owens' store In today's Times. Waists at a bargain at Perry's on Satur day ouly Utij each. lingular f-1 00 quality. Miss Alice Smith returned yesterday from a week's visit with friends in Chel sea. E. h. .Scott went to his home !u Gran villa this afternoon for a few days' visit. Tbe North Star fur coats for fall de livery can be seen at Moore & Owens on Tuesday, April 19th. The regular meeting of M. IT. Odd La dies will be held this evening at 1 o'clock harp. A full attendance is requested. Yon can buy three loaves of bread at Efstman liros.' for 25o. We have a com plete Hue of baker's goods fresh every day. There will be a bush ess meeting of the . P. U. U. In the parlor of the Universa le church this, Friday, evening at 7. 3U. A lull attendance desired. All munbers of St. John Court 322, C O. F., wilt attend mass In a, body next Sunday morning at 8 o'clock a. m. Mem bers are requested to be at their hall in Worihen block at 7 30 a. ui. Secretary McCarthy of the Quarry Workers International Union received word last night that the difficulties in the quarries at Hurricane Island, Maine, have been settled and the men have returned to work. Rev. Mr. Roberts asks all members of St. Elizabeth chapter to meet him after aw vice tonight to consider a change of date for the & miog entertainment because of the Boys' club entertainment set for the same evening. Remember the dance given by the Inde pendent Order of Foresters in Uale's pa vilion next Tuesday evening. Coffee and sandwiches served free. Gilbertson 8 or chestra ill furnish rnusio and C. O. Aver- ill will be floor manager. Something new at McWborter's! Em blem suspenders for the different secret orders Musonie, I. O, O. F., Ked Men, Modern Woodmen, kiiithts of Pythias, Forester?, Knights of Columbus and Car penters' Union. Allumon-ruade. W. A. Jordon of Wollaston; Mass , state organizer of Ked Men for Massachusetts and Vermont, arrivd in the city this af ternoou and will institute a lied Men's tribe In East Barre tonight. The Iroiuoi tribe of this city wilt work the degree. A New Catch. Fresh and bright. IUue fish, Halibut, Haddock, Col, (Just, Lake Trout, Fresh Salmon, Bullheads, IVrch, Yellow Pike, Alewives, Flounders, Had- deuk Iloe, Lobsters and clams this week. Your orders early for prompt service. City Fish Market. Tel. 10-2. II. F. Cutler, the liveryman, brought suit in trover, against Leon Dtlscoll, in city court today for a wagon which he sold to Driscoll and on which he held a lieu the latter having suld the wagon in New York state. The defendant confessed judgment and settled the amount of the suit and costs, $42. The four ring circus of musical comedy entitled "looping the Joop," which will be the attraction at the Barre opera honse April 19 is a scream from start to finish. It contains humorous situations, and much wholesome fun. Ross Suow, the original Happy Hooliiiitn, heads the list of this clever company. Barre Council No. 401, K. of C, wish to txtend their sincere thanks to the la dies who so generously gave their services, to the artists who so kindly assisted in the nteitainmertt a d all others who contrib uted to make their baziar, April 4th to 11th, a success. A. C. Moore, J. M. Branlt, P. H. Brown, L. .1. Uood, D. J. Sullivan. K. of C fair committee. Each succeeding evening finds a larger audience at the opera house to witness and enjoy the entertainments presented by the Marks Bros. Dfamatic compauy.whicu is as good an endorsement of the show as ciin bo desired. Last evening the com pany presented "A Bird in a Cage " This evening the play will be "East Lynne." Tomoriow afternoon there will be a ma tinee when 'Camille" will be presented. Regarding the new athletic eligibility mla the Moutpeller Journal says: Ou this aew basis, athletics iu both schools will be greatly improved so f:i as interest on the part of the general public Is con cerned, as the element of spite has be-n removed. All the friends of Montpelier seminary are rejoiced at the result of Wednesday's meeting. Good base ball, this spring, is abundantly pioiuised by th3 way in which the team is getting into practice. There is a great volume of correspond- lenee passing in and out ot trie bands-oi the base bell managing committee at i-nis time, but as yet no men have signed. The managers are iu correspondence with some 25 well known base ball players and the task of selecting a team is being pushed as rapidly as possible. Word has been re ceived from Edward F. Longhlin of Con cord, Mass., who played with St. Albans last season, that he will not beableto siun with Rutland this year, it is supposed he has signed with his former manager, Da ley, of the Montpelier-Harre team. Rut land Herald. . It looks much as though there would be a full house at the Boys' club entertain ment tiext Thursday night. This is the first the club has ever given for the bene fit of their work. The club has this year been under heavy expense to fit up its present large quarters. And as the talent now be.inu advertised are to give their services to the club the public no doubt will not only be glad to help the club, but avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing a high class entertainment at a reasonable price. Tickets are now on sale at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Prices 23 and 35 cents. A. P. ABBOTT Sc CO. A. P. ABBOTT 6c CO. A. P. ABBOTT 5c CO. n (1 Bfn." 71 Champagnes Ate Intoxicating! So Ate Ours! Our Champap-ne Dry Goods are intoxicating. Thev lead ladies to purchase whether ready or not. They captivate the select trade. The poor can have them as well as the rich. Here they are ! Champagne Dress Goods. Champagne Dimities at 12 l-2c. Champagne Grecian Voiles at 18c. Champagne Paris Suittings for skirts and suits at 18c. Champagne Mercerized Duck for skirts and tailored suits at 25c. Champagne Mercerized Striped Duck for tajliored suits at 25c. Champagne Simi'le de Soie. This is the queen of wash goods. Now 25c Champagne Silk Muslins. These are the 25c grade. Now 19c. Champagne Mercerized Mattassee for 35c Champagne Jacquard and Damask Wa'stings for 45c Champagne Lace Striped Silk Muslins, new and beauties for evening or graduation dresses, 50c per yard. Champagne Wool Dress Goods at $1.00 per yard, a good $1.25 grade, . Champagne Dress Goods. Champagne Taffeta Si!ks, the very bet grades, 75c Champagne Kai Kai Si'k, 24 inches wide, for 50c Champagne Pongee Silks, one yard wide. This is a special for 98c But f:w dry goods stores have it at any price. Champagne Dress Trimmings. Champagne Laces and Allovers in popular prices. Champaigne Braids and Insertions from 5c up. Champagne Gloves. ' Champagne Gloves for Ladies tvvo-ciasp Champagne Waists and Suits. Champagne Waists in our (Jarmcnr Department at $2.98 and $5.00. Champagne Raglans a: $12. 00 and Coats at $16.50. Champagne Tailored Suits .it $20. CO and $22.50. ' Champagne Silk Petticoats at $vS.75. Champagne Shirt Waist Suits at $15-00, these and Berlins, Misses, for 25c Champagne 2-button Network Gloves, the latest, for 50c Champagne Kid Gloves, the warranted kind, for $1. 00. Champagne Lace Curtains. Champagne Nottingham Lace Curtains for $3.00 per pair. Champagne Nottingham CordeJ Lace Curtains for $3.50 per pair. Net Curtains for Champagne Cable $3.75 per pair. Champagne Cable Net Curtains, heavily corded, for $5.75 per pair. ery Champagne Hats in Mrs. V. F., Shepard's Millinery Parlors. i O jifc jlariP jilsD jig J. f mm ' TALK OF THE TOWN. Champagne dry goods at Abbott's. . Saturday sale of wrappers at Vaughan's, "do. You can get Elastic Carbon Paint at Sowden & Lyon's. Babies' white dresses in short and long, new ones, at Veale & Knight's. A Rebekah whist party will be held at Odd Fellows hall tomorrow evening. W. II. Pitkin left today on an extended business trip through New York state. Mrs. Nellie Smith returned today from a several weeks stay in North Wontpelier. See the display of furs and fur-lined eoats at Moore & Owens' Tuesday, April Hith. The Rev. O. II. Watt will preach at the Boutwell gchoolhouse Sunday afternoon at 3 o clock. Note the exceptional value in ladies' spring suits effered by Fitts and now on sale at fl j 00. Frank Bellvllle went to Hanover, X. II., today to visit Lis father, who Is in the hospital there. A daughter was bora vesterday to Mrs, F. D. burgess, being a granddaughter of Mrs. A. D. Eurgess. The train to the quarries will be held until after the close of the entertainment at the opera house Saturday evening. Do you want a waist? If yoa do, go to Perry's on Saturday and buy one of those bargains in waists for only 70o each. We are se'linc, and shall continue to sell, twenty pounds of extra fine granulated sugar for one dollar. Eastman bros. Prof. (). D. Mathewson went to White River Junction today to attend the annual schoolmasters' banqnet which is given there tonight. Miss Lucy Calef, who has been spend ing the winter In th South, arrived in the city last night aud went to her home in Washington this morning. Miss Mann who has bean teaching in South Rarre but was obliged to give up her school on account of illness, went to her Lome fii Randolph today. A special meeting of the. amusement committee of Queti of Forest Circle ?! nm-t with Mrs Foibes. A. Thomas block, tonight at half past s -veil sharp. Busi ness of importance to be discdssed. At the Presbyterian church next Wed-! nibY evening at 7 ."0 o'clock the niem-bi-r?if the Roy's brigade will give a uii;;u r-ntertainment. Tbe entire pro irntm will be in the bands of the boys. They have been rehearsing for this exhi bition the past few tveeka.' Tickets only 10 cents. j Rari'lay Bros, have decided to put in a 100 horse power gas engine to supply their motive power as soon as the can plant is ready to r'o business. Two otht-r concerns are considering the matter and will un doubtedly have gas engines Installed as soon as the lias is beina made to run them. SA TURD AY CA NDIES fOR APRIL 16, 1904. DELICIOUS GLAZE FRUITS, per poanJ .20c FRESH HADE CREAM DATES, per pound '. 15c OUR FAMOUS FUDGE, per pound 15c DELICIOUS KLXTURE OF CHOCOLATES AND BON EONS, per pound.. 15c PEANUT BAR, per pound 10c These Candies Are Fresh Hade and Pure. BARRE CANDY KITCHEN. X ? T ? ? T T7i ? ? T T T ? ? ? AA'&TiTToTiiSiiT?Ti!iT5 i Will Be rleased to bee Youl AT THE OLD STAND. O. J. DODGE, Jeweler and Stationer, Quinlen B!oci, North Main St., - Barre. Vermont. J VC 0 Our Home-made Apple Jelly ? Guaranteed pure apple juice and granulated sugar. The price per tumbler is only - - - - - - 10c Auto Club Boned Herring, per can, - - 10c Out New Season's Seeds have fast arrived. Merchant's Economic Grocery lain relay a! Ladd Ms ? ? Gloss Carriage Taint Mode will wear as Ions; as Devne's. Xo others are as heavy bodied, because Dtvoe's weitih 8 to 8 ounces more to the pint. Sold by Ueynolds & Son. Grocery Department. Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen, Twenty pounds best extra fine Sugar for Imported French Peas, packed in France, per can, American Peas, per can - -Fancy Pitted Ked Cherries, per can, -Premier Asparagus Points, 'per can, -Fancy Dry Shrimps, per can, - 20c $1.00 - 18c 10, 121 and 15c 30c 25c 20c GOLF GLU: AT CUT PRICES. $2.00 Socket Privets for - - 2.00 Hand Forged Clubs for -1.50 Socket Drivers for - -Also a nice line of Clubs for Hiskelt and Wijird Golf Ball for only 45c tach. s $1.50 1.50 1.00 1.00 Bafcery Department. Try our new Currant Buns, per dozen, -Try our new Spiced Cakes, per dozen, - - -HotBaked Beans and Brown Bread Saturday. 10c 10c The AVERILL MUSIC CO. Meat Department. Three bottles of Real Horseradish for -Fowls, per pound, - -Lamb Chops, per pound, . - -Legs of Lamb, per pound, - - - - Beef and Pork Roasts. Full line of Vegetables, Celery, Lettuce, Rhubarb, etc 25c 20c 18c 18c 1